Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic for PC
What type of attachment? If it was a PDF, you probably read the file with Adobe Reader which does not allow you to alter the file. You could print out the document, fill it in and then scan it back into your computer (if you have a scanner or all-in-one printer).
Alternatively, try a free PDF editor online, such as http://www.pdfescape.com/ . There are some cheap PDF editors for sale as well but can be limited in their features and I haven't tried them. Adobe Acrobat is the full PDF editing program.
Some of the Office Suites will convert a PDF into a format that you can edit and then convert back to a PDF. (OpenOffice 3 does this in the Draw part of the program, according to online documentation.)
For other types of attachments, you will need to do something similar. Find a program that reads and writes to that format or can convert the file to one that can read and write to it.
Examples: ( .doc - word processor (WordPad, Office, OpenOffice
.xls - spread sheet (Office, OpenOffice) )
Obviously this isn't a full list.
I hope this helps.
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